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    Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition in which joint cartilage is worn down and bone changes occur. Treating osteoarthritis starts with a healthy lifestyle and protecting your joints. Medications may be helpful as well as assistive devices such as canes. In later stages, surgery to replace or repair joints is sometimes performed.

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    A number of injectables, including corticosteroids and hyaluronic acid, are available to help treat painful knee osteoarthritis.

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